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Advantage By Sport
IPICO Sports’ technology is designed for cycling, running, swimming, Nordic and other events—including multi-stage and multi-sport races. Other potential applications include sports clubs and schools, addressing fitness and performance enhancement and wellness enterprise solutions.
Our technology is designed for cycling, running, swimming, Nordic andother events—including multi-stage and multi-sport races. We’re also ideally suited for use by sports club and scholastic teams, addressing fitness and performance enhancement and wellness enterprise solutions.
Whatever your role in the active sports industry, you’ll find the solutions delivered by IPICO Sports to be simple, affordable and easy to use. You can be confident that data and results are being successfully collected, managed and communicated—so you can focus your efforts on your athletes, your broadcast, your event.
- DF can read tags in very high moisture environments. Because sports and moisture go hand in hand—either as part of the sporting event or simply in the human body—removing this obstacle is essential.
- DF is a combination of low frequency and high frequency—taking the best properties of both. That means passive tags are energized at long distances, while tag IDs are received at high speeds.
- The passive tags are energized at 125KHz, allowing a long range charge-up, and they backscatter their IDs at 6.8MHz, allowing for fast read rates.
- IP-X is a reliable anti-collision protocol, which allows high volumes of tags to be read simultaneously. Multiple readers can co-exist in close proximity without interfering with each other.
- Tags and readers on the IP-X platform are optimized to work together for maximum performance.
- Our IP-X non-modulating readers can share the same frequency band, enabling IPICO technology to operate at full potential in most countries with as little as 200 kHz to 2 MHz bandwidth—eliminating spectrum issues.